As if straight out of a remastered Renoir painting, the Brock Collection label reinvents romantic style with the chicest, most luxurious twists…
A high point of the latest London fashion week, the Burberry Spring-Summer 2019 fashion show allowed Riccardo Tisci, the house’s new artistic director, to be officially inducted with his first, (much)-anticipated mixed collection. A show event that confirmed the stylistic vision of Christopher Bailey’s successor after weeks of teasing and the inauguration of a new…
A beach towel that is lightweight, water-repellent, sandproof and above all made from recycled plastic bottles? This is the technological feat achieved by Wayne Goodwin, an Australian teacher who specialises in environmental science.
The online platform MatchesFashion.com reveals its new retail space in London. In an extremely stylish decor blending a typical English aesthetic with designer furniture, the space is a store and a media centre in one, with a view to creating an original customer experience.
Created in 2016 by Sonia Trehan, the RUH brand is a real breath of fresh air. Featuring elegant pieces with a minimalist chic, we discover a first highly desirable collection whose watchwords are simplicity and pragmatism.
In the light of a consumerist textile industry, FUB is reinventing children’s fashion that follows the principles of sustainability and also meets the singular sartorial needs of a young generation constantly on the go.
NUREL, the synthetic fibers’ giant, has introduced an innovative nylon microfiber that promises to control skin’s orange peel appearance. Its name? Novarel Slim! Named by the microencapsulation technology used, Novarel Slim incorporates a cosmetic aid that controls women’s worst enemy: cellulite.
The young design studio Pattern has recently designed the first “The Daily Edited” flagship in Melbourne, Australia. The idea was to offer the e-commerce personalised leather accessories brand a brick-and-mortar store, creating a space that lives up to the concept of customisation: refined and above all unique.
Restoring the prestige of a revolutionary item in women’s wardrobes? This is the mission that the young designer, Marine Escurat, set herself, founding the Les Garçonnes label, which was launched in Paris in 2017.
“Children of the Discordance is a manifestation of the personal data accumulated throughout my entire life.” This strong and surprising definition is how Japanese designer Hideaki Shikama describes his label, a rising star on Japan’s underground scene. Here’s the story.